GEN James C. McConville ,
Chief of Staff of the Army
Registration is open through 4 March 2022. Refunds will be made for those registrants who cancel in writing prior to close of business 4 March 2022. No refunds for cancellations after that date. After 4 March, A person is considered 100% vaccinated (14) days prior to 8 March 2022,
The Association of the United States Army welcomes all members, employees or consultants of member companies, the media, active duty military, civilian government personnel, invited guests, and non-members that are interested or have an identifiable relationship with AUSA or the United States Army.
Acceptable forms of payment are American Express, VISA or MasterCard. All attendees may register on-line, and there is no cost for media, military, and government civilian personnel.
Registration includes a socially distanced, continental breakfast. Fees are as follows:
- National Partner Members: $50.00
- Community Partners & Individual Members: $75.00
- Non-Members: $90.00
- Military/Government: No fee
- Press: No fee
- 0630 – 0655 Registration/Badge Pickup
- 0630-0720 Continental Breakfast Service and Seating
- 0720–0725 Opening Remarks and Introduction by AUSA President & CEO, GEN Robert Brown, U.S. Army Ret.
- 0725–0745 Presentation from Chief of Staff, Army
- 0745–0800 Q&A period
- 0800–0900 Private Museum Access for Attendees
Military Attendees: ACU/OSU/duty uniform
Civilian Attendees: Business attire
Complimentary parking is available at the National Museum of the United States Army. A list of registered attendees will be provided to the Guard on Liberty Drive for access. If you are carpooling, please ensure all vehicle occupants have a government ID with photo. The address is 1775 Liberty Drive, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060, USA (map). For directions to the Museum, please use Waze or Google Maps.
The Office of the Administrative Assistant provides shuttle transportation for Headquarters, Department of the Army senior officials on a first-come, first-served basis. The AUSA shuttle operates from the Pentagon Corridor 5 entrance beginning at 0600 and continuing until 0715. The shuttle will depart the museum beginning at 0800, returning to Corridor 5, and continues until the last official departs, or 0845, whichever is earlier.
HEALTH & SAFETY:
A security checkpoint will be in place. All bags will be checked and guests will be required to walk through metal detectors before picking up their badge. You must wear a mask when inside the museum.
As we welcome you back to in-person events, AUSA is committed to the health and safety of our attendees. We continue to monitor recommendations from local health authorities and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for essential large group meetings and events.
In consultation with the Army and given the recent trends in COVID-19 transmission levels in the National Capital Region, we have determined that in the best interest of all attendees that only vaccinated people participate. All attendees will be asked to show proof of vaccination before receiving a badge on-site. A mask is required during this event when not eating or drinking.
A person is considered 100% vaccinated (14) days prior to 6 March 2022, by receiving a two-dose vaccine series, such as Pfizer and Moderna, or any World Health Organization-approved vaccine for international participants listed below.
- Serum Institute of India/Covishield
- Sinopharm (Beijing)
- a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine.
There will be no exceptions to the requirement to be fully vaccinated.
Email: [email protected]
For questions pertaining to registration.
Deputy Director, Meetings
Email: [email protected]
For questions pertaining to the breakfast.
National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA)
1775 Liberty Drive
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 USA (map)